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By Heather Johnson | October 21, 2019

Aunt Bee’s House When she died in 1989, Frances Bavier funneled most of her $700,000 estate into an annuity that, to this day, pays out a yearly Christmas bonus to every Siler City police officer. But her true legacy began gestating not long after she was laid to rest at […]

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By Chatham Magazine | August 8, 2019

  By Hannah Lee   @adventuresofmollyandpickles 1,223 followers As the owner of three rescue dogs – Molly, Pickles and Jupiter (left and top of page) – and a volunteer at Farm Friends Rescue, Mandy German has long supported animal shelters/rescues. Near the end of 2017, she heard about a nonpro t […]

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What to do for Father’s Day in Chatham

By Heather Johnson | June 13, 2019

Father’s Day in Chatham can be so much more than a tie and slippers! Here’s our ideas for pops on Father’s Day. Disc Golf and Zip Lining in Rock Ridge Park For Father’s Day, take dad out for a little Mother Nature. Plan a trip to Rock Ridge Park. Just four […]

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Sweet Ideas

By Heather Johnson | February 7, 2019

Spread the love with these six ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day

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Home Game

By Chatham Magazine | October 29, 2018

  Photography by Beth Mann   With UNC right up the road, many in Chatham follow the Tar Heels when football season arrives. But for a handful of families, UNC truly is their “home” team: seven coaches on UNC’s sideline on Saturdays call Chatham home the rest of the week. […]

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Remembering Mama Dip

By Chatham Magazine | August 10, 2018

Remembering Mama Dip Born and raised in Chatham, she became one of the South’s culinary icons By Matt White | Photo by briana brough Mildred Council, known to generations who ate her cooking as Mama Dip, died in late May in Chapel Hill. She was among the most celebrated chefs of […]

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A Taste of Chatham

By Chatham Magazine | August 10, 2018

A Taste of Chatham Our county’s restaurateurs, cooks and foodies share their fave local dishes, drinks and more Compiled By Matt White | Photography by Beth Mann John Cappelletti  executive Pie Man at Capp’s Pizzeria & Trattoria Says you’ve got to try: Postal Fish Company’s smoked North Carolina fish spread […]

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Putting Down Roots in Chatham Park

By Chatham Magazine | September 13, 2017

Putting Down Roots in Chatham Park Q&A with The Root Cellar’s Sera Cuni and Susan White  By Laura Zolman Kirk |  Photography by Briana Brough The Root Cellar’s Sera Cuni and Susan White have strong ties to the county. Sera has lived here since 2003 when she purchased a home […]

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Plan Bee

By Chatham Magazine | August 4, 2017

Plan Bee With the pollinators’ numbers in decline, more than 200 of our neighbors are on a mission to protect the secret life of bees.  By Chantal Allam  |  Photography by Nina Merklina John Strickland became a beekeeper as a simple favor for his neighbor. “[My neighbor] had a hive of bees and […]

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Tar Heel Youth Triathlon

By Hannah Lee | October 24, 2019

Photography by Matt White Close to 300 young athletes took on the challenge of the Tar Heel Youth Triathlon in Briar Chapel. As part of the Kids Tri NC series of three regional races, kids ages 6 to 10 years old swam 100 yards in the Briar Chapel pool, then […]

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